Intercultural animation: “let’s talk together”
Passeport pour la Vie – Passport for Life ASBL presents an awesome educational game about intercultural dialogue that you can suggest to your international groups
Ready, set, play!
Designed by A Passport for Life – an informal group of young people – with around 15 young people from Brussels aged between 13 and 35 years old, this game aims to promote intercultural discussion. It makes you think playfully about your own culture so that you can share it with the participants from the other countries.
The game can be rented by organizations, schools or individuals. But the prerequisite condition is that there has to be at least two nationalities present.
Finally, here’s a game that makes people talk about their culture and their country in a fun way, with a teamwork element (by country). Enough with the boring quizzes about Europe: here, we can get into the nitty gritty details of the players’ daily lives. By drawing random cards that tackle various topics such as geography, dreams for the future, culture and challenges, everyone can learn the most unexpected things!
You can find the rules here.
This initiative is supported by Bureau international Jeunesse and Wallonie-Bruxelles International in the context of the “European citizen 2011” project.